Let’s talk Asparagus!

Let’s talk Asparagus!

I am an advocate for eating foods that naturally grow in the current season.  I am also an advocate of eating locally grown foods where possible. This can limit one’s diet, though, living in the boreal forest!  So. . . while aspen bark and rose hips may be very...
[Almost] Killer Kale Salad

[Almost] Killer Kale Salad

This post is from a few year’s back, but it’s worth recycling! Especially in this season of spring when our liver energy is high and green foods such as kale are good support. Consider this recipe a special gift from me to you!  I first tried this salad...
A retreat with Butternut Squash Soup

A retreat with Butternut Squash Soup

I haven’t been writing lately.  I am not sure why.  My last post  in June was about a retreat I attended at Hollyhock.  Here I am in November, and I find myself in another retreat.  This one is different.  As I mentioned in June, according to Wikipedia, a retreat is...
Pumpkin pie for reals!

Pumpkin pie for reals!

Pumpkin Pies Warning! This is not some holistic nutritionist’s attempt at making pumpkin pie healthy by substituting the fat for apple sauce and the sugar for stevia; this is the real deal!  This is a rare treat in my house, but oh-so-savoured! Enjoy! This recipe is...
Pumpkins galore….still!

Pumpkins galore….still!

I am still dealing with my bumper pumpkin crop.  I have given dozens away, driving around with them rolling around in the back of my car, encouraging others to roast, cook, carve, and decorate!  It’s funny how such a crop can seem like a burden….I refuse...

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